Down to Business:
David Goldstein is a veteran to the Promotional Products Industry with nearly twenty years of experience, including the founding of Boomerang Marketing in 2006.  On a daily basis, David fulfils clients’ needs for cutting-edge products, quality goods and unparalleled service.  Serving such clients as Ontario Lottery and Gaming, General Mills, CIBC and Motorola to name a few, David firmly believes that ‘at the end of the day, we’re only as good as our suppliers and supply chain.’  Because of this, David will stop at nothing to get the job done.  His demonstration of resourcefulness in sourcing the perfect product to suit a client’s needs and his insistence on going above and beyond the call of duty to meet any deadline is somewhat legendary – one client recalls David driving six hours from Toronto to Montreal to hand deliver a shipment that wouldn’t have made it via courier in time.  It’s this dedication that keep clients feeling well taken care of with David and Boomerang.

The drive and determination David employs at work is evident in his hobbies and family life as well.  An active ‘Hockey Dad’, David coaches both of his sons' Rep hockey teams and also participates in a variety of athletic activities at a competitive level.  His intense love of travel and sports have merged together in the past few years with his participation representing Canada Fastball at the Pan-Am Maccabi Games in Argentina (2007 – Gold medal), Israel (2009 – Silver medal) and the upcoming 2011 winter games in Brazil.  His newest hobbies, running and biking, enabled him to participate in the 2011 Toronto Marathon and a Triathlon.

The Fun Stuff
On David’s playlist: I’m constantly putting new music on my iPod.  As long as it’s got a good, energetic beat to keep me company on my runs or bike rides, I’m happy.

Out of the office:  Between my two sons’ commitment to the Vaughan Rangers, I’m on the ice at least eight times a week during hockey season which doesn’t leave time for much else.  In the warmer months, if I’m not playing baseball, biking or running, you’ll find me at the cottage.

Lights out: My favourite bedtime story has to be ‘The Little Engine That Could’.  Who doesn’t love an underdog?

Liquid courage:  Vodka on the rocks.

Bucket List: I’m proud to say I’m slowly making my way through it!  Representing my country has been a lifelong dream and it came true at the Maccabi Pan-Am Games in Argentina in 2007 – hitting the home run that won the gold medal in the final game against the US is something I’ll never forget.  I will also always remember the intense pride felt as I walked into a stadium filled with 55,000 people sporting my Team Canada uniform in 2009 at the Maccabi Games in Israel.